What the Fat? : How to live the ultimate low-carb, healthy-fat lifestyle
T his time last year, Google searches for the keto diet outranked those for paleo for the first time. Twelve months on, keto recipe books are flying high in the publishing charts, there are emerging permutations vegan-keto, the vegetable-heavy ketotarian and a new industry of high-fat snacks aimed at fans is booming. A ketogenic diet or keto is predominantly made up of high-fat foods — including butter, oils, meat, fish, eggs and cheese — and very low-carb vegetables such as cauliflower and leafy greens. This forces the body to burn fat for fuel, rather than glucose. In order to maintain that state, known as ketosis, followers typically restrict their carbohydrate intake to less than 50g a day. And, as protein can also be broken down into glucose, that has to be restricted, too. Jan Vyjidak, 38, a management consultant who has contributed research into energy metabolism, including carbohydrate restriction, to Public Health Collaboration, a charity that promotes healthy lifestyles, has been on the keto diet for nearly a decade.
From the team behind the bestselling What the Fat? Grant Schofield is Professor of Public Health, and Director of the Human Potential Centre at AUT Millennium, a charitable trust established to help New Zealanders live longer and healthier lives and to enjoy and excel in sport through the provision of world-class facilities, services, research and education. His research and teaching interests range from understanding and improving lifestyle behaviours such as sleep, nutrition, and physical activity, to wellbeing epidemiology and human performance. Twitter Instegram Pinterest Tumblr. What the Fat?
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